A new project to create two new oil storage tanks near the Port of Long Beach will go through an environmental impact review. World Oil, which owns an oil storage facility at the port and seeks to expand, agreed to put the project through the assessment, a request made by two groups of environmental activists
Utilizing officer’s body-camera footage, in-car video footage and audio recordings, Pasadena Police Department officials have released a new overview of last November’s shootout with a man who killed a local senior, setting off a crime spree that ended in a fatal shootout with police. The recently released briefing provides a deeper look at the harrowing 15-minute
A view from the San Fernando Valley: A line stretches for blocks as people wait for a COVID-19 test at San Fernando Recreation Park in San Fernando, CA, Monday, January 3, 2021. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Community meetings bring people together for exchange of ideas and memorable shared experiences. Here’s a
Two Hollywood icons got to pay tribute to another on Monday, Jan. 17. Madame Tussauds Hollywood and Pink’s Hot Dogs teamed up to celebrate the life of Betty White on what would have been her 100th birthday at the wax museum. People got the chance to pose for photos with the wax figure of the
Abby and Eric Gosalves started Wowa’s Kitchenmade Love at the height of the pandemic. The Duarte couple offers Filipino comfort foods such as eggrolls and chocolate rice porridge at pop-up shops, food festivals and caravans. (Photo courtesy of Abby Gosalves) Wowa’s Kitchemade with Love is a Duarte-based startup offering a variety of eggrolls and gourmet
Runners participate in the Rose Bowl Half Marathon and 5k at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena on Sunday, January 16, 2022. (Photo by Libby Cline-Birmingham) Families run in the 5k during the Rose Bowl Half Marathon and 5k at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena on Sunday, January 16, 2022. (Photo by Libby Cline-Birmingham)
Northridge United Methodist Church on Reseda Boulevard. (Google Street View) Here is a sampling of religion events in the San Fernando Valley area. Some congregations have switched to online-only services. Jan. 16 The Way It Works: The Rev. Michael McMorrow explains the message, 10:30 a.m. during an online-only service. The center’s January theme is “Resurrect,
A package of proposed legislation has been introduced by a South Bay assemblyman to help state school districts deal with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Assembly Bills 1607, 1609 and 1614 would give districts the financial stability they need to keep operating schools through the public health crisis. “We need to do everything we can to
Hundreds of dockworkers, who have logged long hours for more than a year to clear the backlog of ships at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, have been sidelined recently as the omicron variant of the coronavirus sweeps through their ranks, officials said this week. Some 1,200 positive tests came back from ports
And women chime in on social media about being victims of sexual harassment or assault. Sharon Tay and Juan Fernandez report.
San Pedro’s new waterfront has been a long time coming. But with construction on the buildings, the final step, expected to begin sometime around spring — and an opening still envisioned for late 2023 — an effort is underway to provide an early preview, with an agreement in the planning that would allow the public
In this file photo, Isaac Cason, 15, takes a photo of his parents, Cedric and Rachel Carson, as they visit the statue of Martin Luther King Jr. in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in downtown Riverside on Monday, Jan. 18, 2021. The Carsons come to the statue every year on MLK Jr. Day.
Murder suspect Steven Manzo whose case was “erroneously” dismissed was released from Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood and on the loose in the downtown Los Angeles area on Tuesday afternoon, officials said.
Pasadena’s annual tally of unhoused residents will no longer occur in the final weeks of January, the postponement spurred by the relentless winter surge in COVID-19 cases gripping the region, officials announced on Thursday, Jan. 13. Pasadena joins Long Beach, which announced on Wednesday that its annual tally of those living without permanent shelter was
Rows of photographs lined a conference room and outdoor patio at the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday, depicting people from all walks of life who shared one thing in common: they all died of fentanyl overdoses. Surviving family members of some of those men and women gathered for a news conference aimed at
A body camera video that allegedly shows a Los Angeles police officer planting drugs on a suspect is by itself inconclusive, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday. David Goldstein reports.
They are the voice of calm in a sea of panic, armed with gloves and a big smile, helping worried shoppers meet their basic needs. KCAL9’s Stacey Butler speaks with grocery store clerks helping to serve their communities.
A much-anticipated swell arrived Wednesday, Jan. 12, bringing beefy waves to the coastline for surfers, but hazardous conditions for novices who were warned to stay clear of the waters. The National Weather Service’s high surf advisory in Los Angeles County is expected to expire at 9 p.m. on Wednesday, while Orange County’s remains in effect
The incident unfolded just before 11 p.m. Saturday night at the Taco Bell on Avalon and Century boulevards. Joy Benedict reports.